I received a letter in April 2010 saying the charges against me have been dropped or dismissed. Today a filled all the papers for a new job, they will perform a background check with HireRight Inc. Even thought the case was a Nolle Prosse, I am afraid they will no give me the job because of what happened back in 2009
Debt Settlement Attorney
Your record will show that you were charged with a crime. Seeking an expungement is definitely a way to avoid such problems in the future; however, expungements do take time to process so you may be a bit late to effect an expungement before a background check is performed. That said, you can still submit a petition and let your potential employer know that you are in the process of seeking an expungement, if the topic comes up.
DUI / DWI Attorney
The arrest will likely show up. You should try to get it expunged.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
It doesn't show up as a conviction; it only shows that you were charged. You should speak to an attorney about how to get that charge expunged from your record.
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Yes it will you need to get the record expunged.
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